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I Finally Found a Way to Be Jewish on My Bike

bike imageColorful Colorado Hazon Rides have arrived. This summer Hazon is working to jumpstart a community of people who love to ride their bikes! Our rides combine physical training and an opportunity to learn what is growing in your town–both produce and community.

Past ride participants have said that, “Hazon rides combined my love of bikes, which I knew about, and helped me discover a love of Judaism.” Another ride alumni said, “I finally found a way to be Jewish on my bike!”

On Sunday June 30th, join Hazon Colorado for an easy and fun 16 mile ride from Congregation Bonai Shalom to our CSA farm Red Wagon Organic Farms. The ride includes a tour of Red Wagon Organic Farms and and Boulder Jewish Commons Farm. Snacks for the ride will be provided as well as a delicious brunch at the end of the ride. Registration is free with a nominal charge for the brunch.

This ride is appropriate for families with children age 12 and over.

For more details and to RSVP (for this ride or any of our other upcoming rides) visit www.hazon.org/colorado/bike.

We have created a Google Group so that you can be in touch with other Colorado lovers of two wheeled transportation.
if you’d like to…

  • Find out more about a ride
  • Meet up with other riders in your area for a ride after work
  • Ask questions about what kind of bike you should get
  • See if a ride is still on if the weather looks bad…

The Google Group will be a place to communicate with training ride leaders and the entire Hazon community about everything to do with Jews on bikes.

To Join the Group click here and then click the blue “apply to Join Group Button”


For more information about Hazon’s Colorful Colorado Bike Rides and to RSVP (for this ride or any of our other upcoming rides) please visit www.hazon.org/colorado/bike or email


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About Sarah Kornhauser

Hazon brings resources and expertise directly to the Denver and Boulder areas to strengthen and support existing Jewish institutions and start-ups. We work with local leaders and organizations to respond to their expressed needs and desires to build and strengthen Jewish food, outdoor, and environmental programs. Hazon catalyzes energy and passion that already exist, gives people a sense of Jewish possibility, seeds programs and ideas, and supports nascent leaders, so that a growing range of programs and experiences transform people’s lives and materially strengthen the Jewish community overall. Sarah Kornhauser and Becky O'Brien are the directors of Hazon in Colorado

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